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of arguments anymore, end quote. >>> for the first time in 36 years, barbra streisand will be performing at the academy awards. no word on what streisand will be singing just yet. she'll be in good company with both adele and norah jones as well. >> that makes sense because she admitted to having a stage issue thing. >> she'll probably have them alongside her. got you. >>> and lindsay lohan's attorney seems to be quite a character when arrived in a black hummer sporting a license plate that says "i'm trying." she carried a louis vuitton briefcase that said "good luck." something she needs. >> lindsay needs to luck. her career is on the upswing. >> she is, clearly, bill. thanks a lot. i'm richard lui. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> there's a new cafe that opened in taiwan where pink is priority, shall we say. the first ever barbie cafe opens its doors to eager fans of the plastic beauty queen. partnering with matel, this cafe decor features perfectly pink accessories right out of barbie's dream house. the menu treats here fit for a do
. >>> for the first time in 36 years, barbra streisand will be performing at the academy awards. no word on what streisand will be singing just yet. she'll be in good company with norah jones as well. >>> and lindsay lohan arrived in a black hummer for her probation hearing with a black plate sporting the tag "i'mtrying." everything is a character when it comes to this story. >> the discount rack -- >> exactly. >> maybe it seemed like he wanted publicity and he's getting it. >> los angeles, right? i'm richard lui. this is "early today." this, your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. >>> the storms may be moving out this hour, but you could be in for a rough commute after a night of heavy rain. today everything from big puddles to roads blocked off and under water. our in-depth coverage will get you up to speed before you head out the door. good morning, everyone, i'm aaron gilchrest. >> i'm eun yang. welcome to "news4 today" for this thursd
? >> hello gorgeous. >> reporter: that was barbra streisand, winning the oscar for "funny girl" in 1969. and today, an announcement. for the first time in 36 years, streisand will perform again at the oscars. and as you know, she'll be the second big voice on the stage this year. recognize the other one? ♪ let the sky fall ♪ when it crumbles adele and streisand on one stage. 25 days until the oscars. stay tuned. >>> and we have a big announcement tonight from a familiar face in our past. it's gomer pyle. >> shazam! >> that's "the andy griffith show" and, of course, it's actor jim nabors. well, today, the 82-year-old announced he has married his long-time partner, stan cadwallader. they've been together for 38 years. nabors said he's never been ashamed of being gay, but liked his privacy and says he wants everyone to know he feels blessed and happy to have had a love that lasted so long. and we send our congratulations. >>> and coming up, a new report. it shows fluffy, your pet cat, may have a shocking secret life. we'll tell you about something making news tonight. ] hi, i just swit
of arguments anymore. >>> barbara streisand will be performing at the academy awards. no word on what she'll be singing yet. she'll be in good company. she'll have adelle a
possess firearms? what does rosie o'donnell think? how about barbra streisand and michael moore? we asked them all. we will tell you what happened. >> do my best for our country. for those i represent at the pentagon and for all our citizens. >> is president obama nominating chuck hagel as secretary of defense in in order to cut funding to the military? charles krauthammer will weigh in on that. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. aborting babies at taxpayers expense that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. we have been taking a very hard look at a disturbing situation that may be a major violation, maybe of federal law. in 1976 congress passed the hyde amendment which forbids federal tax dollars for abortions. the reason is obvious. many americans believe abortion is morally wrong to. protect those americans, the feds said no to public funding of abortions. but now it looks like pro-choice zealots have figured out a way to get around the hyde amendment. they are using plann
of the interviews with bick stars, whether barbar barbra streisand or dawley lawmaker acharlie sheen this week, there's that type big in-depth interview. but at the same time, if you're at cnn, you have to do news. and i think we have proven uses with the gun issue and other things, too, the tabloid skills, if you like, of the vivid and dramatic presentation of the news-- which is what tabloid means-- can be put on a show like mine and bring issues to life. and they can be if animated and argumentative and i can be opinionated without crossing that line which you have to be careful of at cnn of being politically partisan which is what they don't want. >> rose: the idea is fox is more to the right. >> msnbc for t more to the left. it doesn't mean the anchors have to be mute or don't have to have opinions. i'm very happy to have had the support of cnn to be opinionated about things like the gun issue which i don't view as political anyway. i'm happy for that because i think it makes for better television. what other issues fit that? the motion of issues in which there is no-- in which there is r
on the years. the new album will be released in march. get happy. march bra streisand will perform on the oscars. producers say how could an evening celebrating movies and music be complete without barbara? check out otrc.com make your picks. >> up next a gun control debate and an emotional appeal as advocates and nra square off. >> also, severe weather leaves behind a path of destruction. >> and grand opening of san francisco's newest housing for francisco's newest housing for homessure and get a colde high be get coricidin hbp. the number one pharmacist recommended cold brand designed for people with high blood pressure. and the only one i use to relieve my cold symptoms without raising my blood pressure. coricidin hbp. >> this is an important conversation. violence is a big problem. >> that is former congress woman gabrielle gifford who's made a dramatic appeal today on gun control. she and her husband, mark cell yes met with president obama today. giffords told congress tod65r at now. >> gun safety advocates and the national rifle association squared off on this issue. mark? >>
streisand has not done in 36 years. >> she's going to perform at the academy awards. she last sang in 1977 when she belted out a song from "a star is born." that same year she won best original song for "evergreen." the academy awards will air here on abc2 on february 24th with the host seth mcfarland. >>> word this morning that justin timberlake will be performing at the 55th annual grammy awards. he recently released his new singling from his new album. he joins a star-studded lineup for the other performers include the black keys and elton jon. it airs on february 10th. ♪ >>> new honor for the man in black. johnny cash will be remembered with the u.s. postal service and a stamp for the new music icon series. the cash forever stamp will be square and resemble the 45 record sleeve and it's going to be released later this year. big honor for johnny cash. >>> man in black. all right, stay with us this morning. because coming up we are going to have the latest news following a fire -- sherrie johnson is there live this morning and it happened? southwest bullet -- in southwest baltimore. >>
go to the laundry, now i start thinking about barbra streisand, the most fantastic voice, and i'm thinking to myself she sings those wonderful long notes. now i'm writing long notes. okay? and i start that process. now i also happençó to know where -- what the title of this piece is right? so all i now need is to put in the title ♪ the way we were -- ♪ that's how that was written. a song like "one" for "chorus line" probably one of the easiest songs to write because the lyricist hadlp the title. "one." he loved the idea of having all these people in the part and they're all one. michael bennett said to me "i've got to have a song where -- i have to have a beat where you go boom and those hats go on. so i've go home and i already have ♪ one...♪ then that becomes that. ♪ one singular sensation -- ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's like building a picture in your mind and slowly by surely translating it into the language of music. >> rose: tell me about young helen. >> 18 years old horrible acne no money mother not so long ago widowed and she's depressed a lot and my sist
, singer and actress barbra streisand will perform at the academy awards. she last sang on the oscar stage in 1977 when she belted out a song from "is star is born." that same year she won best original song for "evergreen." other powerhouse performers will include adele and forare jones. they will air right here an abc2 -- on abc2 on february 24th. >>> justin timberlake will be getting out the suit and tie for the grammy's. the singer and actor is joining the list of performers at the 55th annual grammy awards. it will be the first return to the grammy stage in four years. he released his single from his new album and she joined a star -- he joins a star-studded lineup for the grammy's. they air on february 10th. >>> vincent chase and entourage are jumping from the big screen to the -- small screen to the big screen. it followed the hollywood exploits of a hot young actor vince, his buddies and his agent. as we have come to know as time has rocked on vince was mark wahlberg. >> absolutely. yeah he was -- >> it will be interesting to see it on the big screen. >>> stay with us this morning
there in upstate new york. but that was, i worked with carole king and barbra streisand. we did a couple of concerts, three for mcgovern. although, actually, if you say mcgovern over and over again, it's in 6/8 time. it was 3/4 mcgovern sort of as a time signature there. [laughter] me and carole and barbra streisand. and in the years since then, i've supported -- i've gotten involved with a number of people in massachusetts, gary studs, ted kennedy, i worked on his campaign, i worked for elizabeth warren this past time. um, i worked for, see, i've written it down here if i can find it. i worked for dukakis and mondale and gore and kerry and really a long list of -- clinton and jimmy carter. i worked on john anderson's campaign, the only nondemocrat in the bunch. so, you know, it was sort of natural being so politically active over the years that i would get involved in the campaign of 2008. i really, i was hugely motivated also by eight years of cheney/bush. and i say it in that order on purpose. [laughter] those were -- it was a tough time for me. i really suffered. it made me deeply am
is for five years. >> singing legend barbara streisand doing something she has not done in about 36 years. watch. ♪ i love her. she will be singing at the academy awards ceremony february 24th. last time she performed it was back in 1977 when she sang a star is born. this year she will be performing a tribute to music and movies. streisand of course a two-time academy award winner. >>> what is the most popular job for women in america right now? we will let you know in a minute, but first the runner ups. it's a tease. nursing aide, followed by being a nurse. elementary or middle school teacher, the third most common job, the top two jobs in a moment. [ kimi ] atti and i had always called oregon home. until i got a job in the big apple. becoming a fulltime indoor cat wasn't easy for atti. but he had purina cat chow indoor. he absolutely loved it. and i knew he was getting everything he needed to stay healthy indoors. and after a couple of weeks, i knew we were finally home! [ female announcer ] purina cat chow indoor. and for a delicious way to help maintain a healthy weight, try new pur
streisand, the most fantastic voice, and i'm thinking to myself she sings those wonderful long notes. now i'm writing long notes. okay? and i start that process. now i also happençó to know whee -- what the title of this piece is, right? so all i now need is to put in the title ♪ the way we were -- that's how that was written. a song like "one" for "chorus line" probably one of the easiest songs to write because the lyricist hadlp the title. "one." he loved the idea of having all these people in the part and they're all one. michael bennett said to me "i've got to have a song where -- i have to have a beat where you go boom and those hats go on. so i've go home and i already have ♪ one... then that becomes that. ♪ one, singular sensation -- ♪ ♪ ♪ it's like building a picture in your mind and slowly by surely translating it into the language of music. >> rose: tell me about young helen. >> 18 years old, horrible acne, no money, mother not so long ago widowed and she's depressed a lot and my sister mary at age 19 got polio before the salk vaccine so she's in a wheelchair and we
kid himself, robert redford. his message to president obama and breaking news about a streisand reunion? >> first of all, i love barbra. >> now trending, hot headlines. >> mel gibson, the father to jodie foster's kids? >> and did the alleged manti te'o hoaxer pull a giant scam on "the voice"? >> nip-tucks, nose jobs and
a show. >> and bill clinton. >> maybe barbra streisand, how far left can i go. >> but in "unthinkable" did the issue of torture become part of the debate? >> that's what it was. it was about taking the famous ticking clock scenario, which i'm sure you're familiar with, and dramatizing it. a man has put four nuclear poms an american soil, how -- bombs on american soil, how far do you go to get it out of him? what are the lines you're willing to go up to or beyond to cey the entire united states of america and everyone in it? or do you have to negotiate with this man's human rights? what are the parameters? so the film was a dramity sargse of that. and again, there are difficult to read what the politics of it were. it was sort of, you can watch the entire film and still, everyone has their own view of it. being the man who actually the film is about a c.i.a. agent, american c.i.a. agent who is working in iraq, disappears, nobody knows where he is, pops up in a mall in america and gives himself up and then when he's brought in, he says to these -- he's converted to islam and puts -- has
singer. barbra streisand performing at the academy awards for the first time in 36 years. can you guess what tune she sang last time? 77. the theme from "a star is born". >>> the dow, watching the numbers quickly. looking at the dow, oh, just under the 14,000 mark, getting close, flirting with that all time high back from october of '07. yet the economy is shrinking. why is that? steven moore breaks it down next. . and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? ♪ ooh baby, can i do for you today? ♪ [ female announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance? align can help. only align has bifantis, a patented probiotic that naturally helps maintain your digestive balance. try align to help retain a balanced digestive system. try the #1 gastroen
or maybe barbra streisand. how far left can i go? "unthinkable "did the whole issue of torture become part of the dwai. >> that's what it was. the film itself was about taking the sort of famous ticking clock scenario people talk about, which you are familiar with and dramatizing it. the idea that a man has put four new bombs on american soil how far do you go to get out? what are the lines you are prepared to go up to or beyond in order to save the entire united states of america and everyone in it. or do you have to negotiate with the man's human rights and you know what the parameters. and the film was dramtyization of that. very difficult to read when the politics were. it was sort of -- you can watch the entire film and still, again, everyone has their own view of it. and being the man who actually the film is about a cia agent, american cia agent who is working in iraq disappears nobody knows where he is. he ends up in a mall in america and gives himself up and then when he's brought in, he says he's converted to become a muslim and devoted and the bombs are on the place and the char
drag queen >> bill: pretending to be barbara streisand and singing "funny girl." it's not real but you know it's not real. >> how embarrassing. >> we thought bey thochlt nce was real. i thought she was real. >> mitch micky said please give it a break. i am about to put you on mute. you are being such a winehiner about this. >> bill: somebody fikes it. the problem is this is a town of fakers. >> i would agree with you on that >> bill: this is a town of fakers. for that, if you sort of thought everything was real. james taylor was real. kelly clarkson was real. barack obama was real. john roberts. sonia sotomayor. screw it, if beyonce can't sing for real, get somebody else up there. january is out in chicago. hi jan. >> hi, bill. i always love your point of view. so i am with you. in the minority >> bill: you and me together, babe. >> that's it. go ahead. >> yeah. but, you know, james taylor was interviewed on one of the programs yesterday, and he said he was concerned for himself that his fingers might freeze up and he couldn't play his
to be great. >>> one more piece of oscars news. barbra streisand will be performing at this year's oscars. first time in 36 years on that stage, which is now building up to be quite the musical extravaganza. as you know, adele also there to perform "skyfall." >> and norah jones, will she be there? >> yes. it will be a great night. looking forward to it. it all happens february 24th, where? right here on abc. >>> great news this morning. josh, listen up. i'm so excited. i know you will be, too. "entourage" is back. it looks like ari, vincent, johnny, drama and turtle will be back. this time on the big screen. warner brothers just green-lit the project, which has been talked about since the hit hbo series went off the air in 2011. all the main characters are expected to sign on. and doug ellin will write and direct. i hope rex lee, who played his agent. i hope he is back. and my "entourage" withdraw will subside. >> it will be good to have ari back, as well. >> we should invite them on. i would love that. >>> my vintage ensemble is in honor of this last story today. move over wiener mobile.
, cher, barbra streisand, kiss among them, began recording the songs he was writing on the side. ♪ i could hardly believe it ♪ ♪ when i heard the news today ♪ >> reporter: how am i supposed to live without you, a number one hit for laura in 1983 was life changing for michael bolton. ♪ tell me, how am i supposed to live without you? ♪ >> reporter: columbia, bolton's record label gave him a piece of advice. forget rock'n'roll. sing your own songs. don't give them to everybody else to turn into hits. you have just walls of records around this room. the result is all over the walz of his basement. what's the most one record of yours ever sold? >> 14 million. worldwide. >> reporter: a bitter-sweet blockbuster. because on it this song... ♪ love is a wonderful thing ♪ >> reporter: love is a wonderful thing. michael bolton spent 14 years in court fight and ultimately losing copyright infringement lawsuits brought by the rhythm and blues group the isley brothers. ♪ love is a wonderful thing ♪ >> reporter: the song by the same name he swears to had day he had never even heard
'd chosen for the lead, barbra streisand... a comedy tonight ♪ and made a hit out of a farce set in ancient rome featuring zero mostel and jack gilford. we were out of town and he came in to help us because the show was floundering. people in new haven had been running in groups of 20 and 30 from the theater. sondheim: he said, "the trouble with the opening number is "it doesn't prepare the audience for what the show's about. "it doesn't say, 'this is gonna be low comedy, baggy pants comedy.'" he asked me to write that kind of a number. he said, "steve, don't tell any jokes. let me do the jokes." walton: he just developed these amazing sight gags from stuff that we had lying around. it was as if you had given jerry a pocket handkerchief and said, "now do 25 astonishing things with this." [ laughs ] and he did. sondheim: he came up, in a week, with, oh, one of the two three best opening numbers in the history of the theater. ♪ tragedy tomorrow ♪ ♪ comedy tonight! ♪ you want to do a musical about a bunch of old jews in russia who are going through a pogro
was really funny and you could turn on the tv for a half-hour and laugh out loud. - sweet barbra streisand! i can't wait to get my hands on those buns. - tv land runs on cable and is perhaps best known for showing reruns of timeless hits but today they run 5 original programs modeled after those classic situation comedies and while the humor of those shows ring familiar so, too, does the cast-- "golden girls'" betty white, "one day at a time's" valerie bertinelli "frasier's" jane leeves, and "just shoot me's" wendie malick, each one starring in successful comedies of years past. - what i think tv land is doing is sort of, like filling in a void that comedies like this haven't been made for a long time, and i think that people were looking for this sort of, you know, real sort of comfort comedy. - for me, i mean, i feel like we've all been so fortunate. we've all worked on amazing shows with wonderful casts. there's just something about this one, i think, because it came at this point in our careers. it was rather unexpected and, i think all the sweeter for it. it's like h
streisand was snubbed twice. they did not do a real achievement, a competent after ""the hurt locker"." that is what is a bit of a disappointment. dennis: obviously "lincoln" is out from disney for such a huge company it is not like they will get a stock bump if "lincoln" wins, will they? >> disney has to be ecstatic. three out of five titles in the animation category. this is the first time in years you have disney dominating. and garnering all those nominations. dennis: for nominations, the youngest actress ever nominated, a nine-year-old girl. >> what would the nomination noe without this kind of surprises. and top films of the year. "the avengers," ""the hunger games"." dennis: the new james bond film got overlooked. you know more about this than we do. >> there was talk that "skyfall" might get the best film nomination. it had received 5% of the votes on the ballot. and "skyfall" is a very well-liked film, academy award-winning director. and in oscar friendly cast, i think in this case "skyfall" was in many ballots but not high enough to secure the bid. five nominations includin
. i assume you're talking about barbra streisand in "the guilt trip." which is a very odd career choice. she had not had a starring role in more than a decade. this is a movie in which she and seth rogen are stuck in a compact car driving across america and driving each other nuts for an hour and a half. does not sound like something most people would want to experience. the actor who's in worst actress is in his eighth appearance as madea, tyler perry, in what we are calling "madea's witless protection." he's kind of driven that character into the ground. >> and what about "that's my boy"? this is a film that i saw recently, i admit it. and you have put the entire cast on the razzy left. it stars adam sandler, van issa ice in there, susan sarandon's in it. >> yes. that surprised me. this is his followup. last year he won every -- his movie won every razzy award, "jack and jill." this time he's playing a wife who fathered a child with his math teacher when he was 14. after basically banding the kid, comes back begging for many to pay taxes. it's foul-mouthed. the basic concepts i
is in cahoots are barbra streisand al gore who has a big house. >> please help us erase obama derangement syndrome. a half-baked thought is a terrible thing to waste. >> stephanie: now al gore has a bigger house. >> he got a laugh or something. >> stephanie: it is funny. 47 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> go ahead laugh out loud in your cubicle! everyone always thinks you're a left wing lunatic anyway. it's "the stephanie miller show." you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? rogaine? well, i'll admit it. i was skeptical at first. but after awhile even my girlfriend noticed a difference
a great season. they predicted they would have a phenomenal season. >> barbara streisand is heading back to the stage at the oscars. shelast sang to the ceremony in 1977, singing "evergreen" from the movie "a star is born." no word on what she will be singing this time. >> bill: she was in some bum movie this year that didn't go anywhere. but she is not singing anything from her own movie -- >> we don't know. she didn't sing anything in any movies this year. >> no, but she'll be singing something. >> adele is going to sing [ inaudible ] on stage from the bond movie and the state of illinois now has one less former governor in prison. former governor george ryan was released from a federal prison. he'll now in live in a halfway house. that makes four illinois governors who have or are currently serving prison time. >> good lord. illinois. >> bill: this is something that the state of illinois -- every illinoisan can be proud of today. we have one less governor in prison. >> were you driving on the highway and it says now entering illinois, they can change it from two
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